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Life After Death: Some of the Best Evidence

by Jan W Vandersande PhD

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Life After Death:
Some of the Best Evidence
by Jan W. Vandersande Ph.D.

I enjoyed reviewing this well presented 162 page tell-all about life after death. There were great stories and accounts from many, and also the author himself shared his experience and vast knowledge on the subject. I loved the way the stories were arranged so they all kind of flowed together. It made for exciting and informative reading. Some of the happenings I had heard about before, but many just had me wide-eyed and full of wonder. I would recommend this impressive guide to anyone who has an interest in the paranormal. Thanks, Jan I got a lot out of it, and others will too.

Love & Light,

Riki Frahmann ( )
  biunicorn | Mar 14, 2012 |
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